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Owner's Manual

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Thank you, and congratulations on your choice of the BOSS ME-3D Guitar Multiple Effects processor.

Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: "USING THE UNIT SAFELY" and "IMPORTANT NOTES" (page 23; page 4). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, this manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.

Main Features
Includes Phrase Trainer Function
Since an AUX input jack is provided, it's easy to practice along with CDs, tapes or etc. Additionaliy, the phrase trainer function is convenient for copying or repeated practicing of difficult passages, allowing you to record up to twelve seconds of music from devices connected to the AUX input jack, to play this back repeatedly, and also to slow down tempos.

Large Display Makes the ME-30 Easyto Use
The ME-30's Liquid Crystal Display lets you know at a glance your effects' on/off status, the mode selected, and other information. Furthermore, since you can see the basic values of all parameters for each effect when editing, creating sounds is a breeze.

Features Analog Distortion Circuitry
The ME-3D utilizes analog circuits for distortion effects. Whether you use mild or heavy distortion, you can be sure you're getting that famous BOSS sound.

Battery Operation
The ME-3~ is the first effects device in its class able to operate exclusively on battery power (as of july, 1997). Talk about mobility on stage-this is it! Naturally, you can also use an AC adaptor (optional) if you wish.

Equipped with Expression Pedal
The ME-3~ includes an expression pedal that can be used to control various functions, such as volume and wah.

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itWARNING and & CAUTION Notices
Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly. Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly.

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• Before using this unit, make sure to read the '" instructions below, and the Owner's Manual. L.!.::l. • Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its t<i\ AC adaptor (optional.) \!Y • Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your dealer, or qualified Roland service personnel

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• This unit, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist. • Do not allow any objects (e.g., flammable material, coins, pins); or liquids of any kind (water, soft drinks, etc.) to penetrate the unit.

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• Never use or store the ME-3D in locations such as ~ the following: 'E:9' • Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or are • Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are • Huinid; or are • Dusty; or are • Subject to high levels of vibration. • Make sure you always have the unit placed so it is level and sure to remain stable. Never place it on stands that could wobble, or on inclined 'surfaces, • Use only the specified AC adaptor (PSA Series), and make sure the line voltage at the installation matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptor's body. Other.AC adaptors may use a different polarity, or be designed for a different voltage, 50 their use could result in damage, malfunction, or electric shock.

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• If any of the following should occur, immediately switch off the power; and, if you are using one, dis- ~ connect the AC adaptor (optional) from the power outlet. Afterwards, take the unit to your dealer or to a Roland Service Center for repair. • The AC adaptor or the power-supply cord has been damaged; or • Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been spilled onto the unit; or • The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise has become wet); or • The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance.

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of the unit. • Protect the unit from strong impact. (Do not drop it!) • Batteries must never be recharged, heated, taken apart, or thrown into fire or water.

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• Never climb on top of. tC"'\ with wet hands when plugging into. 6WARNING • Avoid damaging the power cord. please also observe the following precautions. consult with your dealer. 6 CAUTION It' It' IC'"\ \Y 0 • H used improperly. tor. etc. Then install new batteries.y from. batteries may explode or leak and cause damage or injury. It' • Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning . disconnect the AC adaptor from the power outlet. or its plugs. etc. disconnect the AC adaptor and all cords coming from external devices. • Avoid using new batteries together with used ones... • Before cleaning the ME-30. extended period of time. • Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens. and make sure you observe the correct polarity. hairpins. Never use a power cord after it has been damaged. optional). first turn off the power switch and. <9 & 0 • Used batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. 6 CAUTION • Always grasp only the plug or the body of the AC adaptor when plugging into. an outlet or this unit 0 \Y t<:\ • Whenever the unit is to remain unused for an . an outlet or this unit. Do not bend it "" excessively.. Excessive loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt through. • Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming entangled. • Before moving the unit. • H a battery has leaked. or unplugging from. Be especially careful when using extension cords-the total power used by all devices you have connected to the extension cord's outlet must never exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. disconnect the AC adap. or unplugging \. disconnect the AC adaptor from the . 0 When using an AC adaptor (PSA Series. Also. • Never handle the AC adaptor body. make sure to wash the area thoroughly with water. or qualified Roland service per. please read and observe the following precautions (page 28). place heavy objects on it. • Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time . In the interest of safety.6 CAUTION • When using this device with an AC adaptor (optional). '. In addition. \Y A damaged cord can easily become a shock or fire hazard. nor place heavy objects on the unit.. in your area. outlet. 3 . make sure the unit is placed only in a ~ well-ventilated area with regular air flow. use a soft piece of cloth or paper towel to wipe all remnants of the discharge from the battery compartment.. if you are using one. avoid mixing different types of batteries. 0 • Before using the unit in a foreign country. • Carefully follow the installation instructions for batteries. Do not force the unit's power-supply cord to share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. all cords and cables should be ~ placed so they are out of the reach of children.~ sonnel. step on it. If any of the discharge from the battery has gotten onto your hands or skin. necklaces.

leave it inside an enclosed vehicle. Additional Precautions • Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction. and when using its jacks and connectors. sliders. or the improper operation of the unit. Be sure to use only the specified AC adaptor. or move it farther away from the source of interference. alcohol or solvents of any kind. change the orientation of this unit. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such receivers. Important data should always be written down on paper. andis not a cause for concern. please read and observe the following: Power Supply: Useof Batteries • Do not use this unit on the same power circuit with any device that will generate line noise (such as an electric motor or variable lighting system). • Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight. we recommend the use of an AC adaptor. Maintenance • For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft. and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. • The AC adaptor wi II begin to generate heat after long hours of consecutive use. so you do not need to be concerned about those around you (especially when it is late at night). Placement. 4 . To protect yourself against the risk of loosing important data. • When you need to transport the unit. • Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment containing large power transformers) may induce hum. Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit. turn off the power to all units. and connect it only to outlets delivering the specified voltage. dry cloth. we recommend that you use alkaline batteries. grasp the connector itself-never pull on the cable. thinners. No part of this publication CORPORATION. When using an AC adaptor (PSASeries. or other controls. we regret that it may not be possible to restore the data. use a cloth impregnated with a mild. • Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit's buttons. or damage to the cable's internal elements. be sure to wipe the unit thoroughly with a soft. dry cloth or one that has been slightly dampened with water. • When installing or replacing batteries. This way. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions. During repairs. • Never use benzene. nonabrasive detergent. try to keep the unit's volume at reasonable levels.of power. However. please also observe the following precautions. Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes. you will need to use equivalent packaging materials. • Since the ME-3D consumes a constderableamount. You may prefer to use headphones. we recommend that you periodically save a backup copy of important data you have stored in the unit's memory on a paper • Unfortunately. • To avoid disturbing your neighbors. always turn off the power on this unit and disconnect any other devices you may have connected. To remove stubborn dirt. • Before connecting this unit to other devices. • Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display. Otherwise. to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation. if possible. in certain cases (such as when circuitry related to memory itself is out of order). • When connecting / disconnecting all cables. Afterwards. it may be impossible to restore the contents of data that was stored in the unit's memory once it has been lost. Copyright © 1997 BOSS CORPORA nON may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of BOSS All rights reserved. Repairs and Data • Pleasebe aware that all data contained in the unit's memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. This will help prevent malfunctions and! or damage to speakers or other devices. place it near devices that radiate heat. To alleviate the problem. optional). you can prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices. For battery-powered operation. • This device may interfere with radio and television reception.IMPORTANT NOTES In addition to the items listed under "USI~G THE UNIT SAFELY" on page 2-3. This is normal. due care is taken to avoid the 1055 of data. This way you will avoid causing shorts. package it in the box (including padding) that it came in.

Initialization The Phrase Trainer Function Changing Playback Speed 29 30 31 32 33 34 5 .Tuner Mode Bypass Mode Practicing Along with a CD or MD .The Write Procedure When You Don't Want to store Your Sounds - Using the ME-3D Like a Chain of Compact Effects Getting Only the Guitar Sound With No Effect Tuning the Guitar .The AUX Input Jack Copying Difficult Phrases Copying Fast Phrases Changing the Batteries Restoring Factory Settings Factory Settings Blank Chart Before Assuming a Malfunction .Contents Main Features USING THEUNITSAFELY IMPORTANTNOTES Panel Descriptions Effects Descriptions COMPRESSOR OVERDRIVE/DISTORTION (00/05) EQUAUZER/PHASER (EQ/PH) NOISE SUPPRESSOR(NOISE SUP) DELAY MODULATION REVERB .Troubleshooting Specifications Index . About the Expression Pedal VOLUME PEDAL WAH TREMOLO ARM RING MODULATOR (RING MOD) GUITARAMP SIMULATOR About Patches Making Connections Checking Out Sounds Play Mode Copying Patches Exchanging patches Edit Mode 1 2 4 6 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 14 15 15 15 16 16 16 17 17 18 20 20 21 23 Escape Manual Mode 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 28 Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 1 Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 2 Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 3 - Storing Your Sounds .

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it is on. giving the sound more "bite." You can easily hear the difference in sound when playing rhythmically. These effects are connected in the ME-3D in the most generally used sequence . This is for adjusting the level of sustain to be appl ied to the sound. This adjusts the volume of the compressor when. 8 ... however. or parameters.•... .. Following is a description of the effects shown in the "effect area" of the liquid crystal display (refer to page 7). Use this control to set the volume balance desired when the compressor is to be switched on and off. The attack gets sharper (shorter) as the val ue is increased. you can get great. there are a number of controls (equivalent to compact effect knobs) for adjusting the sound qualities. Through compression of high input and expanding low input signals. Additionally. The effect deepens as the value is increased. the noise from the string also becomes more noticeable when it is not being played. This adjusts the picking attack strength. You can also use the special compression feel for rhythm or fusion guitar solos. for each effect. long sustain without distortion. lengthening the sustain time..Effects Descriptions Here is an introduction to the ME-30's built-in effects and their parameters.~ COMPRESSOR •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• .

but the deep. The distortion gets more intense as the value is increased. gives you the sound of fully driven high gain amp.100) Adj usts the degree of distortion applied to the sound. you get the richness of regular distortion while preserving the delicate nuances characteristic of an overdrive sound. natural-sounding distortion that you get when you turn up the volume on a tube amp. "'sound with a softer tone. DISTORTION With this. [METAL) Metal Distortion This metallic distortion. (WARM) Worm Overdrive With th is effect. which are classified into two main types. resulting in a . giving it a harder edge. you can get various types of distortion. Depending on the character of the sound. 9 . with its characteristic midrange. (VINl) Vintage Overdrive Th is gives you a mild distortion similar to the sou nd you get with the natural overdrive of an older amp. overdrive and distortion. Va lues higher than "0" cause the sound's . you get not just amp distortion. Use this control to set the volume balance desired when overdrive/distortion is to be switched on and off. intense distortion of Heavy Metal and Grunge. TONE (-50 ." the high range frequencies are suppressed. This adjusts the volume of the effect when it is on. you can use alter the volume with this overdrive without losing any picking nuance. OVERDRIVE This is a warm. depending on the type selected. also featuring good bite. "OVERDRIVE" or "DISTORTION" will appear in the display. The Pickup Select feature offers a variety of changes in ti mbre.upper range to become more prominent.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• OVERDRIVE/DISTORTION (OOIDS) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This distorts the sound. As the val ue is decreased below ·0.+50) Used to select the type of distortion. (FUZZ) Fuzz With this effect you get a new type of fuzz-boomy. (CRUNCH) Crunch This is crunch with a biting edge. (HARD) Hard Distortion This gives you a standard distortion sound that can be used in a wide variety of musical genres. Adj usts the' tone. bluesv distortion to solo sounds. (BLUES) Blues From light. while DRIVE (0 .

more natural revolving sensation with the phaser. Values above "0" boost the high range of the sound. The effect deepens as the value is increased.._-t------f-'-"-f Adjusts the rotation speed.100) This adjusts the amount of resonance (feedback). the deeper the rotation effect. Use this control to set the volume balance desired when equalizer is to be switched on and off. The higher the value. and those below "0" cut the low range. 10 . you get a softer. Adjusts the high frequency range. the faster the rotation. PHASER This is an effect that makes the sound seem to swirl. This adjusts the volume of the equalizer when it Is on. f--r. Although it resembles a flanger effect. "EQUALIZER"or "PHASER"will appear in the display.. and those below "0" cut the midrange. RESONANCE (0 . Adjusts the midrange. Depending on the effect selected. This adjusts the depth of the sweep. Values above ·0" boost the low range of the sound. mid.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• EQUALIZERIPHASER (EQ/PH) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Selects either the equalizer or the phaser. Adjusts the low frequency range. and low (bass) frequency ranges. EQUALIZER The ME-30's equalizer allows you to change the character of the sound with independently adjustable volume for high (treble). The higher the value. Values above ·0" boost the sound's midrange. and those below "0" cut the high range. which changes the character of the sound. maki ng the sound more distinctive.

•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• NOISE SUPPRESSOR (NOISE SUP) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• The noise suppressor cuts noise and hum that may be picked up by the guitar.N Is meded. (NORMAl) Normal An ordinary delay. The more the value is increased. O:to'" 0 EFFECT LEVEL (0 . then the doJay will be IIUIIJCJ. the noise is removed. you constantly obtain a very natural effect. the higher the volume needed before the effect kicks in. This adjusts the delay This adjusts the amount of feedback [number of repeats) of the delay. • Sellina the Thl'llBholdvalue too hiBh may wppress the sound". overdrive. Jf there is a lot of noise present./GC)1_) c::::J Ii!! (::::> '-----'I . raise the value. The suppressor may be particularly helpful when you are using compression. much rmt no JQund will be heard wh~n lIre lP'irar'. [PAN) Panning The delayed sou nd is panned across the left and right channels . Adjust it so that when the guitar is not being played. 11 . Use this to set the volume at which the effect begins to take effect. while the decay of the guitar still sounds natural. Select from two types of delay. you can lower the value. Use this feature when noise from the guitar becomes noticeable when it is not being played. Since the original volume of the guitar sound being input is carefully monitored. • When the ME-30 Is used in mooo (on ~ single mannoJ).-Imm-. O&:" O=<. Feedback increases as the value is raised. I"". evm if PA. if there is relatively Iittle noise.100) Adjusts the volume of the delayed sound. or distortion. vo/um" is iit it low setting • •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• DELAY •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Delay adds an echo effect to the sound.

..100) This adjusts the amount of resonance (feedback)..J IOI13CSS ME-3D 1ll3u1PFETS 50 EFFECT LEVEL (0 . and TREMOLO... The chorus volume rises as the value is increased.... making the sound more distinctive.. Four kinds of effects using modulation are available: CHORUS. The higher the value. The wavering becomes deeper as the value is increased... this effect creates a broader.... more metallic undulating sound... developed by BOSS.•... making the sound thicker and fuller.•....... The effect deepens as the value is increased. the deeper the wave. CHORUS By adding a subtle wavering.••• ~ ... with the flanger you get a colder.... fuller..=:..100) J This adjusts the' volume of the chorus (the wavering sou nd). The wavering becomes faster as the value is increased..... more beautiful sound. is now popular throughout the world. Perfect for Heavy Metal. ... This adjusts the depth of the chorus effect.. Although it resembles the phaser effect. Adjusts the speed of the undulations. PITCH SHIfTER....... the faster the This adjusts the depth of the wave. FLANGER This adds an undulating effect to the sound. 12 . The name of the effect you have selected appears in the display.MODULATION .. HANGER.. This adjusts the speed of the chorus effect..... RESONANCE (0 . which changes the character of the sound. O. The higher the val ue... This effect...

The rate increases as the value is increased.=r C3J CEEJ c:J i)[::::. by adding portions an octave higher. you can get a sound like that of a 12-string. EFFECT LEVEL (0 . resulting in a chorus that imparts a different sense of breadth than you get with just the regular chorus.. This can be set within a range of plus or minus one octave (24 semitones). o~ Ot. [8 S 1""''''''1 1_) 0 I--Ir.i This adjusts the amount of pitch shift in sernltones (half steps).~Ir-----. This controls the depth of the tremolo. I----n-=. TREMOLO Tremolo is an effect created through cyclical changes in the amplitude of the sound. or you can turn a single note into a chord to make a twin lead... Adjusts the vol ume of the guitar input sound... For example."~r------f=~ This adjusts the fate (speed) of the tremolo effect. from the light tremolo of older amps to a deep effect in which the sound seems to be produced intermittently. 13 .100) Adjusts the volume of the pitch-shifted sound..PITCH SHIFTER This effect alters the guitar pitch. The effect deepens as the value is increased. You can freely set it to the depth you need..."'. This can be used for a variety of effects..... You can create a "detuned chorus" by adding to the source sound portions that have been slightly pitch-shifted.

_-_.•• REVERB •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This adds reverberation to the sound...•.. This reverb provides a sense of spaciousness.. and has a relatively short decay...100) Adjusts the volume of the reverberant sound..._ ..•..•••••••... EFFECT LEVEL (0... 14 ..._-------_ ....... (ROOM) Room This is the kind of reverb you would find in a small room like a dub. Increasing the val ues lengthens the decay.. This adjusts the reverb time.••••••.... With this setting you get the kind of reverb found in large rooms such as concert halls.. This reverb has depth and features a comparatively long decay.

with the pedal in the B: position. or when using the volume for effect. you can switch the wah effect on and off by strongly pressing on the toe of the expression pedal. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• VOLUME PEDAL •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This adjusts the volume. Depending on the effect selected. you can further select one of two internal connection settings. M. both volume and the distorted sound are changed when the pedal is moved.IUIIOH REVERB OOIDS EO/PH msoP COMPRESSOR B : i.see accompanying figure).About the Expression Pedal You can select any of the effects described below. COMPRESSOR A: ='tt=I~I~I-+: :1: OOIDS EO/PH tmESUI' DELAY IIOlII. When setting your overall vol ume. Used along with distortion (DO/OS)' when the pedal is in the A: position. B: is the preferred position . Raising the toe of the pedal reduces the volume.-t ••• ro::ol. only the volume changes.@£JM. M lW'iitiiril You can check which effect is currently selected by viewing the display's pedal area (see p." When used along with distortion (OOIDS).A M DELAY II:oIlIlAllOO REVERB §£1. 15 . (A:COMPRESSOR·OO/OS.I. 7) .. more emphasized. you can get an effect where the guitar makes a "wah wah" sound. you get an ordinary type of effect with the pedal in the A: position. The nuance of the effect changes with the position selected. While playing. OR B:NOISE SUP·DELAY . which have been set up to be used especially with the expression pedal. pressing it down makes it sound like "wa. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• WAH •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• By moving the pedal a certain way. the effect becomes stronger. and pressing it down increases the volume. but when position B: is selected. Raising the toe end of the pedal produces an "00" sound. You can assign a different effect to each patch (see page 17).

•.... 16 .••... when you connect to a guitar amp on stage or in the studio.. Raises the pitch up to one whole octave above the input sound.. pressing down on the pedal a bit adds a little effect.....•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• TREMOLO ARM •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• This simulates the "arm up" and "arm down" effect of a tremolo arm..... you get only the direct input sound.... the ME-3D features a built-in guitar amp simulator....... changing the pitch of the guitar input sound.•. with no effect. GUITAR AMP SIMULATOR GUITO\R MULTlPU. wavering sound. Conversely.... you get only the direct input sound.. with the pitch changing as you press down on the pedal.... Mixes the sound of ARM 1 with the original input sound.. The four types of effect are shown below.. pressing down on the pedal even more changes the frequency generated by the internal oscillator. allowing you to create a distinctive. Mixes the sound of ARM 2 with the original input sound . •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• RING MODULATOR (RING MOD) . producing a metallic reverberation with the distinction between notes blurred. ARM ARM ARM ARM 1: 2: 3: 4: Lowers the pitch up to one whole octave below the input sound. Turn this on at times such as when you are using headphones or recording direct to tape. with no effect. playing with the selector in the A: position produces a more extreme sound than with the selector in the B: position. be sure to switch th is effect off. With the tip of the pedal all the way up..c I ''''''''''''''' ~ PMRAUlRMIIEft S !EJ 0 CEJ CEEJ This effect simulates the defining characteristics of a guitar amp's sound.... ~ . iPFErT5 e~ 0~ c::5~D I ooo"... With the tip of the pedal all the way up... When used along with distortion. In addition to the above effects. This effect modifies the sound through an interaction between the ME-30's internal oscillator and the sound input from the guitar.

D 000 "0 • For more on switching patches. • Once the connections have been completed. When using an AC adaptor with the ME-30.. A brief interval (a few seconds) after power up is required before the unit will operate normally. normal operation will continue should the line voltage be interrupted (power blackout or power cord disconnection). The other thirty are in User memory. Using other AC adaptors may result in fire or CQuseother damage .Jean AC adaptor is being used. you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices. replace the batteries with new ones.. The effects and parameters you'll want to have switched on.. These collections of stored settings are grouped into what are called "patches. tum on power to your various devices in the order specified. / '" . II . with three patches in each. alWilYstum down the volume.-' \\. ~ Turn up the volume on amps only after first making all connections and turning on the amp's power switch . With the ME-30. When this happens. which is designed for use with the ME-30. . and tum off the power on all devices before making any connections... .About Patches When you are actually playing your guitar in a performance. When using batteries. By turning on devices in the wrong order.... please see "Switching Patches" (page 1-8). -. be sure to use only model PSA-Series AC adaptor. (CD/MD Player) -> ME-30 -> Guitar Amplifiers Headphones • When shipped from the factory_ the User Memories are set to the same settings as the Preset Memories. When using monaural output.. you need to use the sounds that fit what you are playing. ' .--" ./ / -_. When operated on batteries alone. you can make settings for these parameters beforehand-including effects settings and volume levels-then instantly change sounds using the pedals.." The ME-30's memory holds sixty of these patches.r)" ~ ")" .• ~ . Making Connections After connecting your guitar or guitar amp as described below..\ ~ .... and their contents cannot be rewritten. Ifthere are batteries in the unit wh. Thirty are in Preset memory._" nO) j(O) / . . Both the Preset and User areas are further divided into ten banks. where you can freely rewrite their contents to create whatever sounds you like.. This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. "BAIT L appears in the LCD's character area when the battery levels run very low.. as well as the effect you will want to use with the expression pedal will vary from sound to sound./ (0)) __ . be sure to connect your cable to the OUTPUT UMONO) jack • . . 17 . GUitar Amplifiers • To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices.___~.. . turn on the ME-30's power switch. insert batteries according to the directions in NChanging the Batteries" (page 28) ..

• Is the volume turned down? Check the vol ume setting of the amp or mixer you have connected. Checking Out Sounds -Play Mode The ME-3D goes into Play mode when the power isturned on. switching you to that patch's sound. Switching Patches To switch patches. • Is the expression pedal positioned so that the sound is lowered? When the expression pedal is functioning as a volume pedal ("VOLUME" appears in the pedal area of the display). the number indicator (2) above the pedal lights up. or your external devices could be set incorrectly. you can select from an even greater number of sounds. 18 . use a number pedal and bank down pedals. here you can only select from three types of sound. This is the mode in which you can use the pedals to call up patches one after another when performing. • Has the unit been switched into Tuner mode? {page 25) Output is muted in Tuner mode. and the patch stored in the memory location corresponding to that number is instantly called up. 1 2 However.If There is No Sound/Low Sound Output • Is all your other equipment properly connected? Check all connections once more. With the ME-30's "Bank pedals." though. (1-3) and the bank up Switching Numbers When you press Number pedal (1). it may be that there is a short in one of the cables connecting the amp or other equipment. Can you hear the sound through headphones when they are plugged in? If so. no sound is produced when the pedal tip is raised .

with the bank number that appears in the bank display (2) changing according to how many times you step on the pedals. When you press one of the Number pedals (3). you switch to the sound in the corresponding memory for that number. 2 1 3 . If the patch won't switch: • Have you gone into Bypass mode (page 25)? • Have you gone into Manual mode (page 24)? • Have you gone into Edit mode (page 21)? • Have you gone into Tuner mode (page 25)? • Have you gone into the Phrase Trainer Function (page 27)? 2 1 3 Switching Between User Memory and Preset Memory Pressing (USERfPRESET) (1) on the panel switches between USER and PRESETin the display's character area (2).Switching Banks Pressingthe Bank Up and Bank Down pedals (1) changes the bank number. There are ten banks.. pressing any of the Number pedals (3). numbered from 0 through 9. which when combined with the three numbers for each bank totals 30 patches that you can switch among. At this point. The ME-3D automatically calls up the patch ill Ballk l/Number whell the power is turned 011. switches you to the memory that is stored at that bank and number. 1 19 .

Press (WRITE/COPY) two times.Copying Patches Let's try setting up a sequence of patches to suit a certain situation or a song we are going to play. (Refer to page 18.3 1. press I EDIT/ESC returned to the original condition . the contents of the source memory are copied to destination memory. This returns you to the l. 4. Press [WRITE/COPY) one more time. Bank Number 2. You can also select a memory in a different bank. 2. "COPY-->" appears in the character area of the display. one for the other. Simply perform the following to exchange any two patches residing in the ME-30's USER memory. Switching Patches) 1. and the patches at the source and destination memory locations will be exchanged.. Select the other memory to be switched. Select the destination memory.Exchanging Patches You will most likely want to rearrange the patches to suit your plans for a gig. To cancel the ropy. Press(WRITE/COPY) one time. Select a source patch you want to switch from. Press (WRITE/COPY) one more time. Switching Patches) 2. "XCNG->" appears in the character area of the display. and the songs you normally play.. press IEDITfESC state you were in previously. Select-a patch to be copied. Once the copy has been completed. Pressthe Number and Bank pedals to select the number of the destination memory . The characters "XCNG" begin flashing in the display.Arranging a Setup Ihot's Convenient 1 . We can choose one patch from the ME-30's PRESETor the USER memory and copy it onto another memory in the USER memory. 3. 3. . . (Refer to page 18.3 1. YOIl cannot restore the contents that used to be stored in the memory to which YOII have copied another patch. You can also select a memory in a different bank.. Pressthe Number and Bank pedals to select the number of the destination memory. 20 . YOII are . I. 4. When canceling the procedure.4 1. The characters spelling "COPY" flash on and off in the character area of the display. Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 2 .

8 4.. Set the effect on/off. 'The precise values are shown in the display's character area. and the value for that parameter is shown in the display's character area.I (f. If a particular effect is turned off. Using ~VALUEc:::£':::. 5. EQ/PH NOISE SUP You can turn on and off each of the effects." A few simple procedures are all you need to know to edit patches on the ME-30.6.. • In Edit mode. the values will change faster. In the EQ/PH and MODULATION sections.Arranging a Setup Thafs Convenient 3 Edit Mode Changing the contents of a patch (effect on/off status or parameter values) is called "editing.) button. 3. appear in the parameter area (refer to page 7) of the display. . its value appearing in the character area flashes on and off. By pressing c::::]EFFECTD.8 1. change the parameter's value setting. Furthermore. Select the parameter to be changed. the flashing effect names that appear in the effect area of the display. effects can also be switched on and off using the Number pedals and Bank pedals. in the effect sections. The control knob icon of the selected parameter flashes. 21 .7. to move through the icons.I o 0 s::: (f. All of the effect names appear in the effect area (refer to page 7) of the display. 2~6.I 0 1J :0 m S m ::n m < m ::n III s::: c 0 0 E (5 ::n 0 z 2. for more about patch names. 4. please see Step 8. for more about pedals.2 (f. You can view parameters in Edit mode and their rough values by looking at the control knob icon in the parameter area of the display. the on/off status of the following five effects is shown in the display as well as by the Number and Bank indicator lights. Go into Edit mode. • Formore on the master level. Pressing JEDIT/ESC) puts you in Edit mode.8 1 3 I 5. Select the section (effect) to be edHed. with one of them flashing. The on/off status for the effect is shown with an effect icon in the display. when you press VALUE~ (or ~VALUE) while holding down ~VALUE (or VALUEc::£:::::. Pressing I EFFECT ON/OFF I switches the effect to be ed ited on or off. Holding down the button causes the values to change continuously. Change the value setting for the parameter. the effect must be selected before they are processed. Additionally. . Using c::::JPARAMETER~. please see Step 6. Each of the names of parameters needed by those effects.7. select the parameter to be changed. Using ~VALUE~. When you select the EQ/PH and MODULATION sections with c:::]EFFECT[:::::>. as well as change their parameter values. please see Step 7. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 to create a sound you like. select an effect. 0 0 !. as well as a control knob icon showing their rough values. and the display switches to the screen shown the part to be edited. the effects you can select appear below the effect icons.

(2) You can then choose the pedal effect with ~VALUEc:::i::::. move through the patch name sections (immediately to the right of MASTER LEVEL). move through the pedal sections (immediately to the left of MASTER LEVEL).. . you will probably want to raise the volume of solo parts. In that mode. This is convenient for classifying patches by song. we recommend that you go ahead and switch it off.. you can also select where the effect is connected. This is used to obtain a balanced volume relative to other patches. (2) After pressing c:]PARAMETERD to move the point that is flashing through the characters. 22 . as follows. If There is No Sound/Low Sound • Are the values of parameters connected with volume set too Jowl Check to make sure that settings for parameters such as "LEVEL" are not set too low. You can select one of two different guitar icons..pedal. and so forth.When WAH is the selected effect. in the interest of achieving a good overall volume balance.. with the position of the pedal icon shown in the effect area. how they sound on the guitar. the effect's icon flashes on and off. (2) When setting the volume. or Ring Modulator (RING MOD). Set the Master level. save it by carrying out the write procedure. i T (2) (l} Using c:::::::JEFFECT[:::::>. (1) Using c:::::::JEFFECTD. The position of the pedal icon (the effect's connect position) can be changed only if one of these three is assigned: Volume Pedal (VOLUME).6. . you can use '57VALUEc::::£:::. (3) you can change the characters with ~VALUEd:::::. WAH. When you have got the sound you like. 8. (1) The effect's connect position I (2) Determines the overall volume level for the patch. Decide which effect to control with the expression. You can switch the wah effect on and off by strongly pressing on the toe of the expression pedal. MASTERLEVEL(D-100) 7. You'll find it convenient if you name the sound you have created (using a maximum of six characters) as something that is easy to associate with that sound. while reducing the volume of the backup. When the effect is off. Name the sound. you can set the on/off conditions to be used when switching patches. " When you don't need to use the expression pedal for anything in a song. to adjust the Master Level. (1) Use c:::::::JEFFECT[:::::> to reach the mode indicated by MASTER LEVEL in the parameter area. In addition to being able to select the effect name shown in the character area (refer to page 7) of the display's pedal area.

returning you to Edit mode. 3. ~ To cancel the escape. so I just want to go back to Play mode without saving the sound. any sound you have created and edited is erased. and you go back into Play mode. 23 . returning you to Edit mode." you can "escape. I've edited this sound. The write procedure is canceled.. or~VALUEc::::%::::. select a memory to which you want to save the sound. Press (WRITE/COPY) once more.El <j-6 1. Bank Number When You Don't Want to Store Your Sounds -Escape 1. 2. c:::]PARAMETER[::::>. '" All changes to the sound previously being edited are lost once you complete the escape. The previous version of the sound returns.2 __ 0. use the write procedure to store your original sounds that you find you like. 1'." and return the sound to the way it sounded before you began editing it. c:::]PARAMETER[:::. The escape procedure is canceled. (This step is unnecessary if you don't mind saving to the current memory. Using the Bank pedals and Number pedals. 1. ~ To cancel the write procedure. you can select a memory in another bank.. "WRITE" flashes in the character area of the display. "WRITE" flashes in the character area of the display. Press I EDIT/ESCI once more.Storing Your Sounds . your sound is written to the selected memory. .8-. 2 • If you haven't carried out the write procedure when the power is turned or cut off. Press I EDIT/ESC1." or ~VALUEc±:.The Write Procedure After editing a patch. press either IEDIT/ESC It c::::]EFFECTD. The characters I'ESCAPE" flash in the character area of the display. and then you are returned to Play mode . Select the memory to which you want to save the sound.) If you like. and the bank display and pedal number indicators show the presently selected memory number.. press either c::::]EFFECTD." or "I want to start-editing this sound again from the beginning. Press (WRITE/COPY).CEJ C3!D SG0 E!i!l S ciii5"D ~"d:::. Any patch previously stored at the memory location being written to is discarded the moment you complete the write procedure.3 For those times when you think something like "Now. 2. but don't really like it.

the patch name appears again. you can get that feel of using a line-up of compact effects. Furthermore. To copy a sound in Manual mode to a User memory. At the factory defaults.. Press (MANUAL) again to return to Play mode. and MODULATION. Although changes made to the sound are stored automatically. 24 . In Manual mode. and when you have selected a memory to write to.Copying Patches" (page 20). DELAY. it is remembered. and the Bank Up pedal and Bank Down pedal to COMPRESSOR and REVERBON/OFF. use the procedure described in Step 3 of "Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 1 . In Manual mode. U .Manual Mode Besides Play mode. which you usually use for switching patches while performing. the ME·30 also features a Manual mode. press (MANUAL).Copying Patches. In the same way as is done in Edit mode. When you later copy the patch from Manual mode to User memory. Copying and Exchanging SoundsBetween Manual Mode and User/Preset Memory Locations To copy a sound from a User/Preset memory into Manual mode." Patches can be exchanged between the User memory and Manual mode in the same way . by switching each effect on and off with the pedals you normally use to switch between your usual patches. but also by each pedal's indicator. (fJ o -o 0 I s: "'0 :0 0 0 m ~ 0 m < m :0 ttl :0 s: 0 0 C m en {f) S (5 :0 0 Z Pressing (MANUAL) puts you into Manual mode. when you copy a Manual mode patch to User memory. the patch name . use c::::]EFFECTD and [EFFECT ON/OFF I for EQ/PH and NOISE SUP ON/OFF.s shown as U_. use Manual mode to carry out the procedure described in "Arranging a Setup That's Convenient 1. the Number pedals (1-3) correspond respectively to 00/05. some parameter changes may not be saved if the power is turned off or cut while you are still in Manual mode. Although the patch name does not appear when you copy a patch from User or Preset memory to Manual mode. . The on/off status of each effect is shown not only in the display's effect area.Using the ME-30 Like a Chain of Compact Effects . you can change the parameters for each effect and the expression pedal's functions in the same way you do in Edit mode..

Allowing strings other than the one you are currently tuning to vibrate along with the string being tuned may cause the tuning to be inaccurate. 2. This allows you to tune your instrument easily. Pressing ~ once again returns you to the previous mode. be sure to switch out of Tuner mode before turning the power off. You can adjust the standard pitch setting within the range of 435445 Hz in 1 Hz steps. "BYPASS" appears in the display. Mute the other strings with your hand. Pressing (TUNER) puts you into Tuner mode. the current standard pitch appears in the character area of the display.Getting Only the Guitar Sound With No Effect . 25 . Additionally. With no input sound (when you are not producing any sound from your instrument). In Tuner mode. If yOll change the standard pitch. or by other means. Adjusting the standard pitch. or when pressing either of ~VALUE~. . the output is' muted. without having to change any connections. The setting is saved when you leave Tuner mode. Play the open string that is to be tuned.. you can use ~VALUE~ to change the standard pitch. Tuning the Guitar -Tuner Mode The ME-3D features a built-in chromatic auto tuner. You can also get into the Tuner mode by stepping on both the Bank Up and Bank Down pedals at the same time.6 1. The note name of the pitch dosest to that sounded by the string just played appears in the bank display . making it unnecessary for you to turn down your amp when you need to tune your guitar.··Bypass Mode When you press (BYPASS). Changes to the standard pitch are not saved if the power is turned off while you are still in Tuner mode. In this state. . when in Tuner mode.. 1. and the ME-30 switches to Bypass mode. and the amount by which the pitch is off is shown by the number indicator and the display's character area. the note name appears in the bank display (refer to page 6). 3.

Tune the other strings. tape.TheAUX Input Jack When you wantto practice along with a compact disk. and tune up a little at a time until you are in tune. making it convenientto use headphones when. 6. First. or when connecting the ME-3D to your home portable stereo. When using the indicator in the display's character area. This makes it harder for the string to go out of tune. Depressing the Bank Up and Bank Down pedals simultaneously will also take you back to the previous mode. In this kind of situation." and the second string "B. we recommend that you press (G. Ordinarily. The sounds from connected equipment are mixed with your guitar sound in the ME-3D. repeating Steps 3 through 5.tune the strings until the appropriate note name appears in the bank display. you practice at home." • When the dot at the lower right of the Bank display is lit. • The recommended technique for tuning is to start a bit under the target pitch. "A.4. try to have only the number two pedal indicator light up. it means the note is sharped (#). when using the number indicator." the third string "G. fine tune your instrument by getting only the center character to light. connect your equipment to the auxiliary input jack (refer to page 6) on the rear panel. Press(TUNER) once more to return to the prevlousmode. then go on and fine tune all of the strings. 5. 26 . after first adjusting each string to its approximate tuning. the sixth and first strings should be tuned until "E" is shown. minidisk. when you plug in headphones. Please refer to "Making Connections" (page 17).AMP SIM) (the icon in the display lights up) to turn the guitar amp simulator (refer to page' 6) on. tuning only one string may cause the other strings to be out of tune. and for the fifth string. for example. Note Name ! Practicing Along withe CD or'MD ." the fourth string "0. • On guitars fitted with tremolo arms. Next. or the like. try to get a more precise tuning. Furthermore. .

During recording. once you have pressed 0 to interrupt playback. When you want to record again.. iiI !!. for concentrated copying or practicing of just the section you need. then recording will stop automatically. etc. ~ Everything you record using the Phrase Trainer feature is discarded as soon as you turn off the PhlaSe Trainer. PressC. Furthermore. guitar. Modulation and Reverb) and the expression pedal.EJ the moment you reach the point where you want recording to start. However. allowing you to easily adiust the volume of the source and your 1.. you will be temporarily unable to use spatial effects (Delay. Additionally. When you want to play back the segment from the beginning.. press (REe) again. Cue and review functions are available by pressing ~ or C"EJ during playback. Using the pedals to perform these functions allows you to concentrate on your practice. you can control your guitar volume with the expression pedal.Copying Difficult Phrases . you can slow down the playback of this material. after preSSing0 once.. If the section exceeds this maximum period. 3. This returns you to the condition in you were in at Step 1. press [33]. you can record and repeatedly play back portions of music from devices (CDs. .) connected to the ME·30's auxiliary input jack. Play music tram whatever device you have connected to the auxiliary input jack. ... making it easier to copy fast phrases or passages.. n~nTP.. " . and press 0 when you want recording to stop. or switch off the unit. 5. Press(PHRASE ON/OFF) o tum the PhraseTrainer t function on. With this function. 27 .EJ again.. When yDUuse the Phrase Trajner function. even If you don't press 0. and the function goes into record standby. Press8 to repeatedly play back the recorded material. "RECIO appears in the display's character area. the indicator in the display's parameter area (refer to page 7) continuously shows the recording time.. 4..The Phrase Trainer Function The ME·30 features a built-in "Phrase Trainer" function._ . Guitar Level ClBOSEii ME-3D :=. You can use the pedals to carry out The Phrase Trainer procedures shown below. The recording is In mono and extends to a maximum of 12seconds.. this is nDt because the patch itself has been rewritten.. then press C. 2. so you can go ahead and play using just the sound you hear until you turn off the Phrase Trainer function . MOs.

In this mode. If you feel that this makes it difficult to hear the material well. you can change the speed with ~VALUE~. ·PITCH" then flashes. It also features a built-in fixed pitch mode. Due to the ME-30 high power consumption. Do not mix new and used batteries. When you once more press c:::] PARAMETER D. even when you slow down the tempo.. When this occurs..in the display's character area." the pitch falls as you decrease the speed." the. The difference between the original and shifted pitches that occurs when you slow the tempo progress is as shown below: SPEED Normal 94% 89% 84% 79% 75% 71% 50% 25% INTERVAL Original pitch Approximately one semitone lower Approximately two semitones lower Approximately three semitones lower Approximately four semltones lower .. to switch between "FIXED"and 'VARY: When you select 'VARY. Approximately five semitones lower Approximately six semitones lower One octave lower Two octaves lower 28 . 1. you should use alkaline batteries.pitch falls along with the decrease in speed. Due to the special pitch shifter that is utilized when "FIXED"is selected. 2. ." . you can use ~VALUEd:::. With "VARY. so the pitch remains unchanged. and only the speed changes. please insert fresh batteries. the words ·SPEED"or 'PITCH" flash on and off (or just stay lit) in the Phrase Trainer area. whereas with "FIXED.Changing Playback Speed Changing the BaHeries Phrase Trainer features a function which allows you to slow down the playback speed. the sound may waver slightly. During playback or when stopped. After you press c:.Copying Fast Phrases . do not confuse the posWve (plus) and negative (minus) poles • .::JPARAMETERD and 'SPEED" begins flashing." the pitch remains as It Is. When the batteries are depleted. please use "VARY. and do not use different types of batteries. • When inserting batteries. "BAn L" appears.

turn the power off.ess (WRITE/COPY). you are 29 . and '* If you want to cancel the initialization. returned to Play mode. While holding down both PARAMETER~ ~VALUE. turn the power back on. 2. 3. to their 8-- t:m CE:J dlill'lt::. After all the memories have been initialized.:. then on again.Restoring Factory SeHings -Initialization When returning all the memories (initialization) factory presets.El!El0 88 S 1. "PRESET"appears in the display. please follow the diagram below. P. Tumoff the power.

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or when you think something. No sound or only low sound. .Before Assuming a Malfunction . no sound is produced when the pedal tip is raised. -Is all your other equipment properly connected? Check all connections once more. is acting oddly. please contact the retailer from whom you bought the unit. Patches won't change. • Have you gone into Bypass mode? (page 25) • Have you gone into Manual mode? (page 24) .Is the volume turned down? Check the volume setting of the amp or mixer you have connected.Troubleshooting When no sound is produced. • Can you hear the sound through headphones when they are plugged in? If sound can be heard through headphones.Have you gone into Edit mode? (page 21) • Have you gone into Tuner mode? (page 25) • Have you gone into the Phrase Trainer Function? (page 27) 32 . check through the following points first Ifthe problem still persists even after trying the remedies listed here. or the nearest Roland Service Center. it may be that there is a short in one of the cables connecting the amp or other equipment. • Has the unit been switched into Tuner mode? (page 25) Output is muted in Tuner mode. or a mistake in the settings of an external device. • Are the parameters of any effects involving sound levels set too low? Check to make sure that parameters such as "LEVEL" are not set too low. (page 21) • Could the expression pedal be responsible for a reduced sound level? When the expression pedal is functioning as a volume pedal ("VOLUME" appears in the pedal area of the display).

Effects Compressor Overdrive / Distortion Equalizer I Phaser Noise Suppressor Delay Chorus I Flanger / Pitch Shifter Reverb Guitar Amplifier Simulator Volume Pedal Pedal Wah Tremolo Arm Ring Modul"ator Current Draw 170 mA" . the specifications and! or appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.5 kg / 3 Ibs 5 oz (including batteries) Nominal Input Level INPUT: AUX IN: -20 dBm -10 dBm Accessories Owner's Manual Ory Batteries (R6 (AA) type) x 6 (Alkaline) Roland Service Input Impedance INPUT.775 Vrms ..1 kHz Patches 30 (User) + 30 (Preset) + Manual Settings Power Supply DC 9 Dry Batteries (R6 (AA) type) x 6 Adaptor (PSA-Series: Optional) v.Specifications ME~30: uitar Multiple Effects G AD Conversion /!" I Method Display 7 segments. 0 dBm :: 0. In the interest of product improvement.. 1 character LED Custom LCD (Luminous Display) 20-bit ADC DA Conversion /!" I Method 1B-bit DAC Jacks INPUT Jack AUX IN Jack (Stereo Mini Type) OUTPUT Jacks L(MONO) !R Headphones Jack (Stereo Mini Type) AC ADAPTOR Jack Sampling Frequency 44.. Expected battery life under continuous use: Carbon: 3 hours Alkaline: 8 hours These figures will vary depending on the actual conditions of use. 33 . AUX IN: 1 MQ 47 kO options AC Adaptor PSA-Series Nominal Output Level OUTPUT: -20 dBm output Impedance OUTPUT: 2 kO . I Tremolo < Effects for Expression Pedal > Dimensions 305 (W) x 205 (0) x 55 (H) mm 12-1/16 (W) x 8-1/8 (0) x 2-3/16 (H) inches Weight 1.

25 7. 25 7 T M Main Features Making Connections Manual Mode MASTER LEVEL Memory MODULATION 1 TREMOLO TREMOLO ARM Troubleshooting Tuner Mode 13 16 32 17 24 25 25 22 17 12 C Changing the Batteries Character Area CHORUS COMPRESSOR Copy 28 7 12 U User Memory 17. 27 7.AMPSIMJ (MANUAL) _ c::::]PARAMETERD (PHRASE ON/OFF) (REC) ~ (USERIPRESET) G GUITAR AMP SIMULATOR 16 GUITAR AMP SIMULATOR Area 7 Guitar Icon 7. 19 IEFFECT ON/OFF! 7. 19 7. 15. 27 (G. 20. 21 7.. 21 6 6 9 ~ ~ 7..27 7. l ! ~VALUE~ (WRITElCOPYJ 23 34 . 21 7. 27 CEJ 7 7 10 p Parameter PARAMETER Area Parameter Name Patch Patch Name PEDAL Area Pedal Icon PHASER PHRASE TRAINER Area Phrase Trainer Function PITCH PITCH SHIFTER Play Mode POWER Switch Preset Memory 21 7 0 (BYPASS) !EDITIESC 7. 21 CJEFFECTD 7. 16 7. . 18 V VARY VOLUME PEDAL 28 8 20 15 o DELAY Display DISTORTION : 11 6 9 6 W WAH Write Procedure 15 23 o OD/DS OUTPUT L(MONO) Jack OUTPUT R Jack OVERDRIVE 9 E Edit Mode Effect Effect Icon Effects Area Effects Name EQ/PH EQUALIZER Escape Exchange Expression Pedal 21 8. 21 20 6. 22 F Factory Settings FIXED FLANGER 30 28 12 22 7 7. 19 6 6. 27 7.Index A AC Adaptor Jack ARM AUX IN jack. 25 10 23 7 17. 18 1 7. 26 Initialization INPUT Jack 19 6. 6 H Headphones Jack R 6 REVERB RING MODULATOR 16 6.27 7. 19 14 16 B Bank BANK Display BANK Down Indicator BANK Down Pedal BANK Up Indicator BANK Up Pedal BATT L Blank Chart Bypass Mode 29 6 S Specifications SPEED Standard Pitch 33 28 6 6. 24 7. 19 28 31 K Knob Icon . 22 7. 19 N NOISE SUPPRESSOR Number Number Indicator Number Pedal Number Pedal Indicators 11 18 18 6. 22 10 7 27 28 13 18 6 17. 21 7.21 7.

may cause harmful interference to radio communications. which can be determined by tuming the equipment off and on. This equipment generates. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. ..Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. . However. uses. and can radiate radio frequency energy and.Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.------------------------------------------------------------------------ForEUCounttles This product complies with the requirements of European Directive 8913361EEC. . If not Installed and used in accordance with the Instructions. there Is no guarantee that interference will not occur In a particular Installation.Consult the dealer or an experienced radlofTV technician for help. Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the users aUthority to operate this equipment This equipment requires shielded interface cabies in order to meet FCC class B Limit Forcanada~ NOTICE This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.-------------------------------------------------------------------------FortheUSA CE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful Interference in a residential installation. AVIS Cel apparell numerique de la classa B respecte tautes les exigences du Reglement sur ie materiel broullteur du Canada. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or mora of the following measures: . 35 . It this aqulpment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.Connect the equipment Into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver Is connected. .

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